COUNTY CRICKET GROUND, DERBYSHIRE

COUNTY CRICKET GROUND (DERBY)

The County Cricket Ground (usually shortened to the County Ground, also known as the Racecourse Ground; currently the Incora County Ground due to sponsorship) is a cricket ground in Derby, England. It has been the home of Derbyshire County Cricket Club since 1871. The ground was first used by South Derbyshire Cricket Club in 1863 and was initially located within Derby Racecourse, although racing ceased after 1939. The ground has staged two One-Day Internationals: New Zealand against Sri Lanka during the 1983 ICC Cricket World Cup and New Zealand against Pakistan during the 1999 ICC Cricket World Cup. It was one of the venues for the 2017 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup, hosting one of the semi-finals.

COUNTY CRICKET  GROUND (DERBY) Pitch Report

This ground is a batting supportble ground in first innings, batsman little mor serviving for runs in second inngs.  Spinner Bowler not getting too much help from this pitch. Batsman enjoy their batting in this ground.

BLAST T20 Match Pitch Report and Toss Factor:

In this ground 17 blast matches played in which 8 matches won by batting first and 8 matches won by batting second team. if any team won the toss here than they decided to bowl first.

Here are last 5 BLAST matches average scores of both Innings at HOVE ground:

BLAST Matches 1st Innings Average Score – 164 runs

BLAST Matches 2nd Innings Average Score – 154 runs

LAST 10 YEARS OUTCOME

T20 Stats

  • Total matches
    17
  • Matches won batting first
    8
  • Matches won bowling first
    8
  • Average 1st Inns scores
    169.94
  • Average 2nd Inns scores
    160.76
  • Highest total recorded
    200
  • Lowest total recorded
    94
  • Highest score chased
    196
  • Lowest score defended
    149